Food & Beverage

Responding to trends

Advising entrepreneurs, management teams, private equity houses and leading multinationals, our sector team provides in-depth knowledge and independent advice for companies seeking to capitalise on fast-moving trends across the sector.

Our clients span the full range of sub-sectors from food and drink production and distribution, through to end retailers. And our breadth of knowledge means we have the expertise to take full advantage of the technological advances, increased convenience, and extreme customisation that is sweeping the industry, alongside the rise of the health-conscious consumer and the move towards the premium, value-added offer.

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Our Food & Beverage Team

The dedicated team provided excellent advice, managed key transactional issues and showed great commitment to getting the deal done.
Claus Sønniksen, former majority owner and CEO, Dalby Mølle

With offices in Europe, the US and Asia, our food and beverage team has the knowledge to deliver solutions that clients demand in this fast-changing sector.

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Over 50

transactions advised upon

in the last 10 years

€3bn

in deal value

over the last 10 years

40%

cross-border transactions

in the last 10 years

Insights

  • Connectivity technology

    LIDAR (Light Imaging Detection and Ranging) measures the distance to a target by illuminating it with a laser light and then measuring the reflected light with a sensor. This information can then be used to make digital 3D representations of the target.

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  • The next priority - managing credit risk

    It has undoubtably been a turbulent few weeks for businesses following the rapid onset of coronavirus. Whilst there remains a great deal of uncertainty, businesses are starting to get to grips with the effects of the virus and the response measures required in the near term.

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  • To ‘V’ or not to ‘V’

    As China now emerges out of the crisis, the key questions from an economic viewpoint are just how deep and prolonged the global recession will be, and secondly what impact this will have on China’s own domestic recovery.

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